Run Wii U Games In 4K Resolution with Cemu 1.7.0
The Wii U emulator known as Cemu has just been updated to the 1.7.0 version and right now it’s only available for backers which have donated at least $5 during the development phase. In case there are Wii U users who didn’t donate $5 and might not want to wait any longer, they can also donate the minimum required amount of money and get the update right now. The catch is that they need to hurry and do it these days because if they don’t, they will have to wait until January 16th.
This emulator update brings a couple of changes but the most important one is undoubtedly the feature which gives users the ability to customize Wii U’s graphics by using a pre-installed graphics modding wrapper. Using this method, Wii u users will be able to change any game’s graphic performance according to their system performance. Also, the shader cache has been redesigned so that cache files can now be moved between different PC platforms at ease while still remaining compatible with other Cemu versions. The developers have also fixed a known shader bug.
One of the greatest things about using this emulator is the fact that users will be able to run games at 4K resolution and 60FPS while playing on their Wii U console. This is something truly exceptionally that can only be done by the PS4 Pro console. Another feature to make Cemu shine is the fact its compatible with a bunch of controllers. This might eventually persuade Cemu users to switch over to a PC platform from Wii U. With a PC that has powerful specs, users will definitely be able to get the most out of this emulator.